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Photoshop- removing tan lines & other tricks

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Originally Posted by TammyB View Post
Wow your a really nice friend to be doing all of this for her.
It's a mix of me being nice & being hooked on photoshop. It's great practice for my wedding pictures, too. We have similar skin (light with freckles).

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That's awesome! Ihave NO idea have to maneuver through photoShop so I'll be looking forward to some online BDW lessons! Thanks ... they look great ... what a difference!

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Here is the original picture. I cropped out the bridesmaid, but moved the bird over

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These are ones where I played with the color

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And these were done using the artistic effects in photoshop

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I have done a lot more photoshopping my friend's pictures so I thought I'd add some more of my favorites

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Click the image to open in full size. painted bright colors Click the image to open in full size. drybrush Click the image to open in full size. cutout

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Click the image to open in full size. black & white then solarize

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Originally Posted by beachbride View Post
they are amazing, I love them!
Thanks! I've been having a lot of fun making them. I really look forward to lunchtime so I can photoshop!!!

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